A rare opportunity to purchase an outstanding Grade I Listed Nash house (427 sq m/4,596 sq ft) located in one of the finest terraces in the Crown Estate with fantastic views onto Regent's Park.
The property has been recently refurbished and redesigned to the highest standard and provides elegant and well planned accommodation which is arranged over five floors and benefits from a lift, air-conditioning throughout, high ceilings, a purpose built roof terrace, three storage vaults, communal gardens and off street parking.
The accommodation comprises a reception hall, a magnificent drawing room on the first floor with floor to ceiling windows with wonderful views onto Regent's Park, a dining room, a master bedroom suite with a dressing room and en-suite bathroom, four further bedrooms, two bathrooms, a well equipped kitchen, utility and a media room. The property also benefits from staff accommodation on the lower ground floor which includes two bedrooms, a kitchen and a bathroom.
Chester Terrace is located on the eastern side of Regent's Park's outer circle, between Cumberland Terrace and Cambridge Terrace. The nearest Underground station is Great Portland Street (Circle and Metropolitan Lines), which is approximately 600 metres walk. Regent's Park has been in the ownership of the Crown since the 16th Century and was largely designed for the Prince Regent by John Nash to create a garden city concept of villas, terraces and crescents. Chester Terrace is the longest unbroken terrace of all (nearly 300 metres), with 99 bays of resplendent crème stucco, elaborately divided up. At the ends, projecting wings are connected to the main façade by triumphal arches on which the name of the terrace is super scribed. A private road serves the front doors of all the houses, and a private garden for the residents' use, running the whole length of the Terrace, separates it from the Outer Circle.